“CDC has to come out and look at the risk-benefit ratio again…”
“I’m talking about communities in poverty in the United States, I’m talking about Latin America, I’m talking about all over the world.”
Everything is running out
Any of you “keep it in the ground” folks care to comment?
“Do you have a painful scroat?”
“Well, it’s been ungovernable for a long time.”
Kind of gives Pay the “Piper” a whole new meaning
“we found no indication of groundwater contamination over the three-year course of our study.”
Not all horribly bad ideas need to be abandoned
“it was not possible to…calculate or estimate the national frequency of impacts on drinking water resources.”
Hey, how was I supposed to know?
Let’s just politicize everything, I suppose
Good luck with that
More interested in self-preservation?
1. Trust government which caused problem
This solves nothing
What is this “EPA” of which you speak?
“… but clearly the outcome was not what anyone would have wanted”
But let’s blame the Republican Governor anyway
Rules for thee, but not for me
I can’t wait to see what the fine will be for this
“no systemic drinking water pollution”
Going green… still.
Dry up and blow away
Flushed with hubris?
“Banks got bailed out, we got sold out!”
Slow clap for central planning.
Of course they are.
Rabble rabble rabble.
Bread, and water, and circus.
What could possibly go wrong?
Hillary Clinton’s attack on Tulsi Gabbard shows the former’s unlikeability. Again.